- (in the philosophies of India) the ether, regarded as including material and nonmaterial entities in a common medium.
Origin of akasha
From the Sanskrit word ākās̄́a
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Examples from the Web for akasha
Advancing beyond their frontier, they have established themselves at Akasha.
On the 2nd of June the correspondents were permitted to proceed to Akasha.
Eventually the lovers separated, to meet again a few days later at Akasha, where it chanced that their ships touched each other.Myths & Legends of Japan
F. Hadland (Frederick Hadland) Davis
Even now they push their iron road out into the desert towards their position at Akasha and to the south.
Two roads led from Akasha to Firket—one by the bank of the river, the other inland and along the projected railway line.